Shoe Slotz are small shoe stands that will each hold an individual pair of shoes. They'll sit on shoe racks, closet shelves, and even the floor, helping you keep track of your shoes and maintain your collection's tidy appearance. The stands will hold high heels, boots, sneakers, and flats of any size or shape, and will come in especially handy if you need to organize your kids' shoes. By using these stands, any user will be able to see all the pairs of shoes they own with one glance.
The cost of Shoe Slotz is $14.95 plus $6.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Shoe Slotz by paying an extra fee of $6.95 for a total price of $28.85.
Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: shoeslotz.com
From a particular pair of shoes, take one of the shoes and place it on the bottom shelf of a Shoe Slot, making sure the toe is facing the semi-solid back of the slot.
Following that, place the other shoe from your pair on the top shelf of your Shoe Slot, ensuring that it is facing in the opposite direction of the first shoe.
Once both shoes from a particular pair have been added to a stand, place the stand on a shelf, on the floor, or wherever else you decide to store your shoes. It's best if you place the stand so that the toe of the top shoe is pointing outward, as this will enable you to see the shoe more clearly.
Each shelf of each stand has a slip-resistant surface, so your shoes won't easily slide off these stands.
These stands are also made of durable material, so they'll last a long time and won't collapse under the weight of fairly heavy shoes or boots.
Shoe Slots come in sets of six, which will give you enough slots to hold six pairs of shoes.
Your Shoe Slots will enable you to store a couple of shoes stacked on top of one another, instead of spreading them all out one by one. Hence, using these will double the amount of storage space you have in a closet, in a cabinet, on a shelf, or anywhere else. You will then be able to use that space for purses, clothing, scarves, hats or even new pairs of shoes that you choose to buy.
These slots will hold virtually all types of shoes, from stilettos to sneakers to slippers. Even if you wear the largest size of shoe possible, your pairs will still fit on these slots' shelves.
It can be incredibly annoying when you're getting ready for a special occasion and are only able to find one shoe from the pair that you desperately want to wear. Fortunately, when you use Shoe Slots, you likely won't have this problem, as all your pairs will be stored together and will be able to be seen.
Since these slots will reduce the amount of space that your stored shoes will take up, they're ideal for use in small dwellings, such as dorm rooms and apartments.
Lining up each shoe that you own one by one will enable you to see them all, but as mentioned, this will take up quite a bit of space. Plus, if both shoes from a certain pair aren't stacked together, it won't be that hard for them to become separated.
Some people choose to keep all of their shoes in the boxes that they came in. However, doing this will use up even more space than lining up your shoes one by one.
Throwing your shoes in a pile, facing every which way may save you some space, but you may have difficulty putting the shoes into pairs when you need to. Some shoes may also get damaged due to heavier shoes or shoes with pointy heels ending up on top of them.
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I tried it after seeing the commercial. At first I was a little discouraged, then I tried it a different way and for me they are fantastic. I have shoe stands and they do not stay on the stands at all. What I did was the portion where the toe shoe rest, I turned it over and made that the support to stay on the my shoe rack. Then I placed one shoe on top and the match in the slot. You May have to do something different to make it work for you. As for me, I intend to buy more.
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